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Entrust identity guard

 
Ritika Misra
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hello ranchers,

Has any one worked with Entrust Identity guard (Dual factor authentication) this is used for security purpose..



thanks and regards,

Java dev user
 
Paul Clapham
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I haven't, but I'm curious about why you ask that question. It's a commercial product, so the theory that nobody has ever bought it is pretty unlikely.
 
Ritika Misra
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yes it is commerdial products..
This can be worked out with java and .net .They provide with some API's ......

For example

Please refer the below details this is used for Unlocking token.



Kindly let me know that in order to fire this do we need to import any jar file?


Above mentioned is just a code fragment...what i want to know is..what else is need to implement this on a whole..

Any help will appreciated..i need ti implement this in curent project.

 
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I don't know anything about this product, but since it obviously isn't part of the standard Java API, yes, you should expect to get a jar file containing the code and you should expect to put that jar file into your classpath.
 
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apart from jar file..any idea about getting "tutorial " for the same....
is there any one who ca help me out.
 
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